We were going to be starting ratio today so we are carrying on with that. We will be working all together for the next week.
Below is a slow introduction into ratio and we will really get going with it tomorrow. Here is a video to watch, so you can get used to the language being used. Have a look at the sheet below - as always the answers are at the bottom of the page.
As we are all at home this week, this gives us a good chance to regain our former glory on Spelling Shed! Can you please log in and have a go at this week's spellings.
Let's aim to get as high up in the world rankings as possible.
We are going to be cracking on with some Holes every day (as you have your copies at home) so your job to be completed before tomorrow's zoom call is to read chapters 1 to 8 and answer week 1 and week 2's questions which are below or on the guided reading page.
Your first job is to read chapters 1 to 5 then have a go at the questions below.
‘The only trees are two old oaks on the eastern edge of the “lake”’. (Page 1). Why is the word ‘Lake’ written in inverted commas?
Why would a camper at Camp Green Lake actually try to get bitten by a scorpion or even a rattlesnake?
Write down 5 things that we learn about the character Stanley Yelnats in chapter 3.
According to Stanley, what three things do you need to be a successful inventor?
What is special about the name ‘Stanley Yelnats’?
Why did Stanley think ‘well duh!’ when he saw the sign explaining what you were not allowed to bring to Camp Green Lake (page 12).
Why is there no fence around Camp Green Lake?
What does Mr Sir mean when she says, ‘ This isn’t Girl Scout camp’? (page 14).
After reading the first five chapters, what do we know about why Stanley has been sent to Camp Green Lake?
Week 2 – Read chapters 6 – 8, then answer the following questions.
As we are getting things going today, feel free to have a look at the In case you finish... section for fun and interesting things to do.